How to Meet the Characters at Disney World
Disney World character experiences are your chance to meet Anna and Elsa, Woody and Buzz, and all your favorite Disney characters. Magic Kingdom – Characters Meet and Greet. Throughout Disney World there are many great places for your children to meet their favorite character and get. Your guide of who and where you can get photos and autographs from the Disney Characters in The Magic Kingdom.
If you are a true Disney fan, these four are like family to you.
Oh my, you need to meet Mr. He is the funniest and most unique character interaction. He is the Disney character you love to hate.
Just look for the crowds of people laughing and you will find him. This meet-and-greet is a full attraction. Another great two for one meet-and-greet.
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Depending on the time of year, I have seen numerous families just walk up and get their photos taken. You have finally arrived home.
At the center of the Town Square is a flagpole. Under the flag, guests will be able to find numerous characters.
Since these are the first characters most guests will see, the lines can be long. During the holidays, special characters can be found there like Mr. Tinker Bell and Mickey Mouse are there all day long. They are separate and the wait times are posted outside the building for both. Tinker Bell is fantastic, but her wait is never super crazy. Mickey, on the other hand, can get pretty long. The neat factor is Mickey Mouse talks to the guests in this location. Right outside the exit of the Mickey and Tinker Bell meet-and-greets, you will find another iconic character on the porch; Snow White.
She is not there all day so make sure to check the Times Guide. That goes for all the characters. There are a lot of unbirthdays going on.
Walt Disney World Character Meet-and-Greet Guide: Magic Kingdom
Wendy is sometimes there with him too. Maybe she can make your dreams come true too. If you are lucky, you will get to meet her Prince Naveen too.
All the princesses are wonderful, but she has always struck me as one of the sweetest. There is a shady area across from Sunshine Tree Terrace where you will find Rafiki. He barely has a wait.
Most guests find him by accident when they stop to have a rest in the area. As a side note: The lines are hard to predict. Not only does your family get to meet Merida, but they also get to learn a little archery.
Plus, it makes the wait in line go by so much quicker if your children can step out for a moment and participate in an activity.
They keep the line moving really good. You go on an adventure and then at the end your child will get to have their picture taken with Belle. FYI, most of the time it is only the kids that get to meet her and have a picture, so if you want to meet her also, you may want to do dinner at Be Our Guest. Keep in mind, that Be Our Guest is the only place you can meet Beast, but sometimes he is not there.WE'VE NEVER MET THIS MANY DISNEY CHARACTERS IN ONE DAY!! - WDW VLOG #02
Mickey on the other hand always seems to have a long line. So either use a Fastpass for him or expect to wait quite a while. When you walk outside of the theater you will find Snow White.
She is so gorgeous and really a fun character to meet. You have to kind of watch for her because she is easy to miss.
The Fairy Godmother When you think of meet and greets, the Fairy Godmother is usually not on your radar. But she should be because she is the one that makes dreams come true. When you meet her, you can give her your biggest wish and you know what? It just may come true! It is mostly a novelty but for some reason kids and adults get a big kick out of giving their wishes, so it is worth it to stop and see her. Have fun planning your next Disney Vacation!